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30 July, 2019 - 20:28 By Tony Quested

Global player buys into Origami Energy technology

Origami Energy, which has operations on Cambridge Science Park, has been chosen for a key project by Ylem Energy – a global leader in smart energy generation and management solutions.

Origami Energy’s technology will provide real-time, remote monitoring and automated control to support Ylem’s behind-the-meter optimisation solutions. Access to the Origami platform also enables Ylem’s customers to participate in energy flexibility markets.

Ian Gadsby, managing director at Ylem Energy said: “We are constantly developing our flexible generation and storage technologies to benefit customers and offer the grid more resilience. 

“Through the Origami platform our customers will be able to control and schedule the availability of onsite generation and storage assets in order to reduce their energy costs, increase the reliability of their supply and generate new sources of revenue.”

Origami CEO Peter Bance added: “We see an increasing number of valuable use cases deployed on the Origami platform. These utilise real-time monitoring and control,and support improved decision making around how and when energy is consumed and generated. Technology is key to ensuring that energy assets are used to their optimal potential.”

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